Car bombings in Baghdad, deadly Ukraine protests, India's new state and more.
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An Iraqi man helps his son to school at the site of a car bomb attack Tuesday in Baghdad, Iraq, where a wave of explosions rocked mainly Shiite neighborhoods and killed and wounded dozens of people.
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Flames engulf an anti-government protester fleeing the scene Tuesday.
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People celebrate after the Indian parliament's lower house passed the bill for the creation of new state called "Telangana" in Hyderabad, India, on Tuesday. The 29th state will be carved out of existing Andhra Pradesh state.
Mahesh Kumar A./AP
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Supporters of Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah listen to his speech during a campaign rally Tuesday in Jalalabad, Afghanistan.
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French troops of the "Operation Sangaris" man a position at a checkpoint on Tuesday in Bangui's PK12 area in Central African Republic.
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An injured Thai police is treated by a colleague on the back of a pickup truck during a clashes with anti-government protesters Tuesday in Bangkok.
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From left, Gold medalist Pierre Vaultier of France, silver medalist Nikolai Olyunin of Russia, Paul-Henri de le Rue of France, and bronze medalist Alex Deibold of the United States compete in the men's snowboard cross final at the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics on Tuesday in Russia.
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Pakistani girl Kiran Riasat, 8, who works with her mother and father, seen in the background, in a brick factory, checks on her baby brother Rizwan laying in a hammock Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014, in the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan.